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Individual microtubules (MTs) repeat alternating phases of polymerization and depolymerization, a process known as dynamic instability. Microtubule-associated proteins (MAPs) regulate the dynamic instability by increasing the rescue frequency. To explore the influence of MAP2 on in vitro MT dynamics, we correlated the distribution of MAP2 on individual MTs(More)
Anodic porous alumina with duplex layers exhibits a voltage-induced switching effect and is a promising candidate for resistive random access memory. The nanostructural analysis of porous alumina is important for understanding the switching effect. We investigated the difference between the two layers of an anodic porous alumina film using transmission(More)
The temperature dependence of the electronic structure of CeBi arising from two types of antiferromagnetic transitions based on optical conductivity (σ(ω)) was observed. The σ(ω) spectrum continuously and discontinuously changes at 25 and 11 K, respectively. Between these temperatures, two peaks in the spectrum rapidly shift to the opposite energy sides as(More)
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